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Comprehensive Care For Joint Replacement Participating Physicians

Saint Francis Hospital is proud to collaborate with the following physician partners on CMS CJR Initiative.

Collaborating PhysiciansCollaborator's Address
Richard Ennis - 18412801206005 Park Avenue, Suite 430B, Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Peter Lindy - 15583235016005 Park Avenue, Suite 309, Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Michael Hood - 1124134952200 West Broadway, West Memphis, Arkansas 72301
William Moffatt - 10836753676005 Park Avenue, Suite 309, Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Tri-State Orthopaedics, LLC - 18715314261264 Wesley Drive, Suite 502, Memphis, Tennessee 38116

AMISUB (SFH), Inc., dba Saint Francis Hospital is working with providers who treat Medicare Total Joint Replacement patients and who support the quality and cost goals of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Comprehensive Joint Replacement Model (CJR). The Medicare CJR model promotes accountability for the quality, cost, and overall care for patients during certain Lower Extremity Joint Replacement, including managing and coordinating care; encouraging investment in infrastructure, using technology, and redesigning care processes for higher quality and efficient service delivery. Participating providers aim to provide items and services in a manner that reduces costs and improves quality during both the hospital stay and during the 90 days of post-acute care.